((( Tonight ))) Professor John, Pilot Rouge, And The Sky Stood Still

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Pilot Rouge

A young band of transplants from all over the South and Northeast, the members of Pilot Rouge began making thoughtful indie-rock music in college in Nashville, TN in the Fall of 2013. Soon after they put out their first recording, "Helen of Troy," a poetic, endearing, and musically beguiling debut.

After more than a year of touring and writing they are out with their second offering, "Legends", produced by lead singer Kevin Terry and Tom Michael (Shannon Labrie) at Zodlounge in Nashville. Their sound here is bombastic yet groovy; tender yet not without drive; vulnerable and evocative yet grounded, poised and thoughtful. Frequent duets between Terry and keyboardist Allison Louise figure prominently in their music and writing. Pilot Rouge has been featured on Lightning 100, No Country for New Nashville, the Billy Block Show, played stages during SXSW in Austin, TX, BMI showcases, as well as playing well known venues all over the Southeast and Midwest.

Pilot Rouge is currently on their Fall, 2015 Legends Tour, promoting their new record. For more information and tour dates, visitwww.pilotrouge.com

And The Sky Stood Still

The Atlanta-based trio originally came together when Sean invited Adam and Marcus to perform a couple of his songs for an open mic. Chemistry had already existed between the three, as they had experience collaborating while playing worship music and backing conscious hip hop artist Che Rhenosconce during live performances. As they began rehearsing and writing together, the depth of their brotherhood and shared purpose radiated through their music.

Professor John

Bassist/Producer Professor John has a very unique sound coming out of Atlanta, GA. The combination of electronic instrumentation, real instrumentation and live bass guitar really sets Professor John apart from other live musical performances. John’s electric bass guitar performance has been compared to the playing of Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Stanley Clarke, yet John’s background in hip-hop and R&B production makes for a one of a kind performance. Professor John was chosen as one of Atlanta’s Top 3 RAW Artists of the Year in 2013
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